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A Study on a Diagnosis System for HSR Turnout Systems (II)

고속철도 분기기 시스템 진단 시스템에 관한 연구(II)

  • Received : 2017.04.17
  • Accepted : 2017.04.20
  • Published : 2017.04.30

Abstract

The railway turnout system is one of the most important systems that set train routes. Turnout system integrity should be guaranteed for robust train operation. To diagnose the turnout system status, LVDT and accelerometers are installed on a turnout system in a high speed line. The LVDT and accelerometers produce signals containing physical meaning of the turnout systems. The LVDT produces the displacement of the rail gauge and vibration when point moving or a train passes on turnout systems and the accelerometer produces impact forces induced by wheel sets. We performed data extraction from the measured signals and parameterized the extracted signals into meaningful quantities. The parameters are used for classifying whether the turnout status is normal. We proposed two methods for the classification, one uses probabilistic distribution and the other artificial neuron networks. The probabilistic distribution is used for the parameter being classified by the quantities and the artificial neuron networks for the form classification. Finally, we show how to learn the normal status of a turnout system.

Acknowledgement

Grant : 고속철도용 분기기 국산화 및 성능개량 기술개발, 고속철도용 분기기 관리 운영시스템 개발

Supported by : 국토교통부

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